Looking for resources or events in teaching forestry to students? Check out what we have on this page:
Other NFW Events
Hosting Your NFW Event
Field-Day Event Examples
Teachers: Request a Forest Professional to Speak in Your Classroom
Need Help (order your promotional items)
Check out all NFW events across Canada (or you can register and promote your own event) on National Forest Week’s calendar of events.
You can get involved locally by downloading our handy “2017 Starter Kit.” (, 1 MB) in teaching forestry through your event.
This kit helps to make it quick and easy for you to organize or participate in an event in your area. The Starter Kit contains all you need to know in putting together a successful event to create a positive experience in a forest environment.
Download and check out the reports from successful field-day trips in:
If you hold a National Forest Week event, please complete the Event Reporting Form and send to us so we can track how many events were held across the province.
Download and print (, 16 MB) the 2017 National Forest Week Poster.
Other teaching forestry event resource to check out:
Teacher resources: K-12 Forest Education Collaborative (from Healthy Forests-Healthy Communities: A conversation on BC Forests’ website).
Please email us if you would like to add or share your teaching forestry resources to this page.
We can match a registered forest professional with your classroom to speak to your students about forestry including forest ecology, careers in forestry, forest engineering, forest operations, or conservation.
Simply complete this form to request a forest professional to speak in your classroom or assist with a field trip.
Looking for materials to support your forestry event? We have pencils, colouring books and many more items to share with your participants. Get started to obtain the various promotional items by downloading and completing the NFW-promotional-items-REQUEST-FORM-2018.
Please email your completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you need more help? Contact a Regional Coordinator!